Waste & Recycling

Waste & Recycling

Make clean air part of the housekeeping routines at your recycling facilities – the health and safety of your workers, plant equipment and business depend on it.

Sort your waste – and the problems caused by the many sources of odours, dust and harmful gases at recycling plants – with dedicated molecular filtration solutions that keep danger at bay.

What are you looking for?

Articles

areas

 

latest articles

Replacement Cartridge filters and plates for dust extraction systems

Created Friday, 25 June 2021

Did you know Camfil have a full range of retrofit filters that can be utilised in all the most common brands on the market. Camfil filters are not just designed to work but to optimise your dust extraction systems performance

Life science and healthcare

Efficient removal of corrosive, harmful, and odorous contaminants from air with CamCarb VG: engineered molecular filtration solution

Created Tuesday, 11 May 2021

CamCarb VG modules with loose-fill media are robust solutions suited for make-up air (outdoor air) and recirculation air systems. The primary use is the control of acidic gases that are responsible for the corrosion of electronics and electrical equipment in heavy process industries such as pulp and paper mills, petrochemical refineries, mining and metal refining operations, and wastewater treatment plants.

Air quality Life science and healthcare Electronics and optics Manufacturing and Machinery Commercial and Public buildings

Desulfurization of Biogas with CamPure 32

Created Monday, 15 February 2021

CamPure 32 is the new ideal Camfil media for the removal of hydrogen sulfide during the production of biogas in an anaerobic process. Learn how this farm in France applied the high quality chemical absorbent media to their biogas application.

Case Studies Energy and Power Systems

HISTORIC Journey of activated carbon and breakthroughs

Created Friday, 3 July 2020

Activated carbon (also known as activated charcoal) is an exceptionally versatile material that can control the vast majority of molecules that pollute the air – that’s more than 150 million catalogued chemicals.

Air quality Innovation Technology and Research